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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Monday, July 19, 1999 at 4.30am next update 10.30am
Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tonight.

From Northland to Bay of Plenty, also down to Taranaki and the central plateau: Showers and fine spells.

Gisborne and Hawkes Bay: High cloud and becoming warm this afternoon with showers about the ranges but dry further east.

Wanganui to Wellington, also for Wairarapa: Showers easing this morning with fine breaks increasing.

Nelson and the South Island west coast: Cloudy with patchy rain becoming widespread along the west coast but fine breaks
developing in Nelson.

Marlborough, Canterbury and Otago, also for Southland: Cloudy with patchy rain. Long fine breaks developing inland.

Chatham Islands: Outbreaks of rain.

END

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